I was told it was a white flower and not full sun. What is best for this plant in Alabama?
These articles will help you.
I want to grow ginger hydroponically Could you guide me in this regard
Usually, Hydroton, or hardened clay pellets will be used. Nutrients, measurment tools, and pH adjustment chemicals will be necessary, as well.
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I used a store bought ginger root to grow indoors and it sprouted. It died a few months later and after about 5 months, with no water, it sprouted again on its own in bone dry dirt. How is this possible with no water?
It, likely, reached the sweet spot at just barely moist as it was drying. This would trigger it to sprout and continue to do so. It was sprouted before the soil dried, fully.
Wetting too much after sprouting, or leaving it in saturated soil for too long can kill it off.
I must say- It is quite fortunate that it sprouted! Most markets will have them sprayed with something that keeps them from sprouting.
Here is an article to help you with growing Ginger:
I am afraid of killing it with kindness
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I would like to grow ginger. The piece I have has no roots. How can I get this piece to produce roots so that I can plant it indoors?
It is a root so you can just plant it. If you bought it in the grocery store make sure it was the organic kind. The others are treated to reduce sprouting. Here is how:
I live on the north coast of California just outside the tiny town of Point Arena and would like to grow ginger in a container.
Since we don't know the size of the plant or seedling, we suggest that it will need a fairly deep pot. This article should help: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/ginger/growing-ginger-in-containers.htm
i want to raise these and other herbs after i retirein 7-10 yrs
We don't recommend vendors but a visit with a local nursery should help. Ethnic supermarkets carry galangal. Here is information about those ginger relatives: